Climate Friendly Agriculture

FILE - A cow grazes in a pasture as wind turbines rise in the distance, April 27, 2020, near Reading, Kan. The climate deal reached by Senate Democrats could reduce the amount of greenhouse gases that American farmers produce by expanding programs that help sequester carbon in soil, fund climate-focused research and lower the abundant methane emissions that come from cows.

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The climate deal reached last week by Senate Democrats would expand programs that help accumulate carbon in soil, fund climate-focused research and lower the abundant methane emissions that come from cows.

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